Events

Jun
14
Fri
BMS Music in the Park: Clarke County Community Band @ Rose Hill Park
Jun 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
  Berryville Main Street Music in the Park: The Clarke County Community Band will kick off our first ‘Music in the Park’ of the season! Come out for this free family friendly event! The Clarke County Community Band was established in 1992 to promote music in the Northern Shenandoah Valley.  The band is comprised of amateur musicians of all ages. Enjoy traditional band music and show tunes!http://www.clarkecountycommunityband.com
Jun
21
Fri
BMS Music in the Park: M.T. Pockets and the Loose Change Pickers @ Rose Hill Park
Jun 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Berryville Main Street’s Music in the Park: M.T. Pockets and the Loose Change Pickers

Come by and enjoy this local band playing bluegrass, gospel and country music!

http://mtpocketsandloosechange.com

Jun
28
Fri
BMS Music in the Park: Jordan English Jazz Orchestra @ Rose Hill Park
Jun 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

 

BMS Music in the Park: Jordan English Jazz Orchestra

Enjoy music in the park with Jordan English Jazz Orchestra!

Jordan English Jazz Orchestra (EPK)

Sep
7
Sat
Wood Turning Demo by Sylvan Treasures @ Berryville Main Street
Sep 7 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Berryville Main Street’s Fire House Gallery: Wood Turning Demo by Sylvan Treasures:Please join us in this wonderful, free demonstration of this ancient art form outside on our sidewalk, as Mike Fraser of Sylvan Treasures turns some beautiful woods into art.

About the Artist:

L. Michael Fraser, PhD (aka Mike). This Clarke County resident is a native of Southern Kentucky. His path to artistic woodturning has been varied: student, farmer, machinist, Chemist, retired Naval Officer, and computer system architect. He is a self-taught wood turner of almost 60 years’ experience with eclectic turning interests. Some specialties and current interests include: natural edge vessels & hollow forms, segmented turning of varied forms, platters & bowls, offaxis forms and pieces from salvaged or reclaimed wood. He especially enjoys turning bespoke pieces from wood of sentimental value to the customer. His love of wood leads to the production of many small pieces from the scraps of larger projects. His love of teaching leads to classes at various venues and sessions and workshops at local Guild meetings. He is a member of the American Association of Woodturners and the Artisans Center of Virginia and is the proprietor of Sylvan Treasures. His works are on display at several Northern Virginia locations.

Sep
13
Fri
Budding Artists Exhibit @ Berryville main Street Gallery & Shop
Sep 13 @ 6:00 pm – Sep 20 @ 6:00 pm

Berryville Main Street’s Firehouse Gallery, Heritage Child Development Center & CHEERS School Family Inc: Budding Artists Exhibit: This is a week long event in support of the kids at the CHEERS School Family Inc and Heritage Child Development Center, where we will have their unique art on display.

Sep
14
Sat
Berryville Main Street Yard Sale
Sep 14 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Berryville Main Street Yard Sale: features bargains galore offered by dozens of sellers who are set up in the parking lot at 111 W. Main St., the municipal lot on Crow Street and on sidewalks along Main, Crow and Church streets.

Sellers must reserve space. Contact 540-313-7467 or info@bvmerchants.com to reserve space. Contact 540-955-4001 or director@berryvillemainstreet.org for more details.

Nov
16
Sat
“Christmas Meters on Parade”
Nov 16 2019 @ 12:00 am – Jan 1 2020 @ 12:00 am

Berryville Main Street “Christmas Meters on Parade”: application deadline is today.

For the 15th year, community members are invited to decorate downtown parking meters for the holidays. Application and $10 entry fee per meter are required. Prizes are awarded in five categories: family, business, community group, recycled materials, and natural materials. Meters must be decorated between the Friday and Sunday after Thanksgiving. Contact Berryville Main Street at 540-955-4001 or director@berryvillemainstreet.org, or go to berryvillemainstreet.org.

Dec
6
Fri
Christmas Tree Lighting @ Rose Hill Park
Dec 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Berryville Main Street Christmas Tree Lighting: in the Rose Hill Park gazebo (31 E. Main St.) features music by a Clarke County Community Band ensemble and announcement of “Christmas Meters on Parade” contest winners. 

Dec
7
Sat
BMS Christmas Parade
Dec 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Berryville Main Street Christmas Parade: Saturday, December 7 at noon:  travels along Main Street from First Street near the railroad tracks west to Lincoln Avenue. After the parade, Santa meets children at the John H. Enders Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company at 9 S. Buckmarsh St. (Parade rain date is noon Sunday, Dec. 8.) 

2019 parade application information

Organizations and individuals who want to participate in the annual Berryville Main Street Christmas Parade must submit applications by 4:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26. The parade along Berryville’s Main Street begins at noon Saturday, Dec. 1. Because Santa Claus will travel from the North Pole to be in the parade, organizers ask that no one wear a Santa costume so as not to confuse small children. Volunteers are also needed to help organize the Clarke County Christmas Parade.
 Parade applications are available from coordinator Donna Peake. Contact Peake at 540-514-5730 or dpeake@clarkecounty.gov, or go to the Commissioner of Revenue office inside the Berryville-Clarke County Government Center located at 101 Chalmers Court in Berryville.

Nov
16
Mon
“Christmas Meters on Parade”
Nov 16 2020 @ 12:00 am – Jan 1 2021 @ 12:00 am

Berryville Main Street “Christmas Meters on Parade”: application deadline is today.

For the 15th year, community members are invited to decorate downtown parking meters for the holidays. Application and $10 entry fee per meter are required. Prizes are awarded in five categories: family, business, community group, recycled materials, and natural materials. Meters must be decorated between the Friday and Sunday after Thanksgiving. Contact Berryville Main Street at 540-955-4001 or director@berryvillemainstreet.org, or go to berryvillemainstreet.org.